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  1. Re: Editing and joining mp4 files without losing quality.

    MP4 is "Motion Jpg"

    It's a little complex. You can decode (watch) MP4 lossless, but you can't encode (record) MP4 as lossless.

    In other words you can dump your MP4 movies into lossless format,...
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    Re: Joining to pics to make a movie

    Try FFMPEG, command line utility

    https://www.ffmpeg.org/

    ffmpeg -f image2 -i image%d.jpg video.mpg
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    Re: Disc at 100% stslling everything.

    If you're using "Windows Defender", the default anti-virus software, and have an old 5400 RPM disk, it can cause some delays.

    There is a program called "process explorer", that is much more...
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    Re: Laptop keeps files open - Win10

    Are you having problems with too little RAM, and performance problems?

    Or is your taskbar hiding open files (solution, right-click taskbar, properties, "taskbar buttons", "never combine")

    Or is...
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    Re: USB problems, drive that is.

    Note: the following advice is dangerous. If you accidently get the wrong disk number, you can toast your Windows install.

    If you're not comfortable with the command prompt, don't proceed.

    So...
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    Re: Water-cooling

    The green stuff is usually a UV sensitive dye, so it glows under a black light.

    From the grocery store "Pure Dew" distilled water is OK (always make sure it says "distilled").

    Bunnings and...
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    Re: Pass all internet from modern to router

    You can't modify your current modem/router, because you don't have the password, correct?

    For simplicity, at one PC
    1) Figure out your current IP address
    2) temporarily disabling DHCP
    3) assign...
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    Re: Water-cooling

    Forgot to mention that a closed system is also called a "sealed system." It's sealed because you're never supposed to add any liquids.

    Open system are more flexible, but usually the complexity...
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    Re: Water-cooling

    There's two kind of liquid cooled system (notice I didn't say water cooled) . Closed and open.

    A closed system, is usually just a CPU header, a radiator, fan and a small pump. There are a lot of...
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    Re: Pass all internet from modern to router

    I think you're missing some knowledge about DHCP and what it does.

    It's what makes network settings automatic. It's also the reason why more than one DHCP service can cause problems, if not...
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    Re: Pass all internet from modern to router

    It sounds like DNS may be your largest problem.

    Most routers are also a DHCP server.

    This means your new equipment, and your old equipment, probably both have DHCP services. This is bad...
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    Re: Mini Freeview Decoder

    I guess you know that's this one is a DVB-S, satellite dish, meaning you can only record in standard definition.

    In New Zealand, you need DVB-T, a UHF antenna, for high definition.

    Also it uses...
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    Re: Web Security

    There's a lot of ways a website can be hacked.

    Since you mention "web security scan", I assume you mean DongIT's product from the Netherlands, and you're using PHP. Is that correct?

    May I...
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    Re: Pass all internet from modern to router

    I'm failing to see your problem.

    Is there a specific task you're trying to accomplish, or something you can't do?

    If security is configured correctly, your router is the most "locked-down"...
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    Re: http:/ has been stolen !

    The key part of your error message is "ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT." The rest is teling you the webpage wants something, but can't find it (because it was blocked)

    I'm guessing you're running the...
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    Re: Netflix Block

    If you want to check whether you're seeing US content, or not, search for "Casablanca"

    If you can stream it, you're using US content.

    If not, you're using NZ (or other) content. New Zealand...
  17. NZ TV One news presenters pranked; reads false news intros.

    I haven't seen it posted on the web yet, but today Thursday the 22nd TV One news presenter Melissa Stokes was apparently pranked.

    At the opening of NZ TV One midday, at noon, Melissa read these...
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    Re: Put Some Pork On Your Fork

    Not to stretch this into a religious argument, but some Christians don't eat pig also.

    Here's an article called "Does the New Testament Abolish Meat Distinctions?"
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    Re: Movie Torrents

    By the way, here's a website dedicated to torrent downloads for TV content.

    It's very much incomplete, but is a handy starting place. It gives you idea of what you're missing outside the UK / US.
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    Re: Movie Torrents

    If you live in the US, then probably you'd rarely use Torrent to watch TV programs.

    However even in the US, you may not to able to find content, like old TV series.

    Streaming content, like...
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    Re: Messed up storage HDD

    I guess it needs to be said: always backup beforehand
  22. Re: Filecopy software with multiple destinations and verification?

    If it's was me, I'd consider putting your files to a single disk, and use a hardware based disk duper which handles multiple drives.

    As mentioned, Robocopy is popular with professionals, it's...
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    Re: Easy VHS to DVD3 Plus

    I have done clean-installs, by deleting a manufacturer's registry tree, but it's usually out of desperation. I wouldn't recommend it.

    I'd suspect you'd have a hardware problem. Considering the...
  24. Youtube: "Gamer Who Joined ISIL Has Terrible Kill-To-Death Ratio"

    By random chance, I came upon this Youtube video.

    It's a comic piece about a Dutch gaming fanatic who becomes ISIL cannon fodder

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvZFg6n6k7M
  25. Re: $275,000 glass table, because you can buy class

    I sent a message via the Trademe auction about this post.

    In a strange twist, I was shocked at how very pleasant his response was.

    Either he completely missed the ironic tone of my original...
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